You need a different amount of potassium each day depending on your age and gender.
In general, the following applies:
* 0-6mths - 500mg * 7-12mths - 700mg
* 1-3yrs - 1400mg * 4-8yrs - 1600mg * 9-18yrs - 2000mg Adults
* 19-50yrs - 2000mg Pregnant and Lactating Women
* 18-50yrs - 2000mg
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Roughly 2000 mg a day
No. A large egg (50g) has about 59 mg of potassium. Eggs would need to have about 700 mg of potassium per serving to be considered "rich". (Rich is defined by the FDA as having 20% or more of the Daily Value per serving. Potassium has a Daily Value of 3,500 mg.)
There is 314 mg of potassium in one serving of watermelon. This is 8% of your daily recommended value for potassium
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390 mg is 10 meq if dealing with 'elemental' Potassium 2350 mg is 10 meq if dealing with Potassium Gluconate
about 148 mg per grapefruit.
Roughly 1500 mg
Roughly 300 mg or 8% of the daily value. Hope this is helpful.
By consuming 100g almonds we will get 705 mg of potassium, banana, apricot, avocado, pitaya, grapes, dates are some other good sources for potassium.